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For those who don't know, the Lord of the Rings Case is magnetic.

And the case is not a Box but a Slip Case.

The Complete Avengers 50th Anniversary Edition is a Box. Bond 50 Complete Film Collection is a Box.
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And the case is not a Box but a Slip Case.

How do you come to this conclusion?
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(...) Bond 50 Complete Film Collection is a Box.

If I take a look at this picture ...


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... the "Box" looks like a "Slip Case" to me.
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By definition (for purposes of DVDP), the slip case is a box that holds more than one case. From looking at that James Bond set, there is just the one fold out binder (or w/e).
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By definition (for purposes of DVDP), the slip case is a box that holds more than one case. From looking at that James Bond set, there is just the one fold out binder (or w/e).

Inside the outer case are these two cases/books/units:



So the parent profile Case Type should be "Slip Case". Or am I missing something here? 
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Fully agree on SlipCase
It all seems so stupid, it makes me want to give up!
But why should I give up, when it all seems so stupid?


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the "Box" looks like a "Slip Case" to me

Are you talking about "The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Editions"? The one that holds the three HD Keep Cases?
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the "Box" looks like a "Slip Case" to me

Are you talking about "The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Editions"? The one that holds the three HD Keep Cases?


With a picture of the new James Bond Boxset right above the statement?
Obviously not!
It all seems so stupid, it makes me want to give up!
But why should I give up, when it all seems so stupid?


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You can find more information about Slip Cases here. Eg you'll find out that the top right cover in the picture is a Slip Case, while the top left case is a Slip Cover.
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Hello everyone.

Those really, really simple CD sized cardboard covers that individual DVDs sometimes come in, are they Slip Cases or Envelopes?  This sort of thing, where it’s not then contained within a box or case or anything else, it's just a stand-alone DVD and cover.

I thought they’d have been considered Envelopes, but then I read this and the first line seems to suggest they’re Slip Cases.

Thoughts?

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Hello everyone.

Those really, really simple CD sized cardboard covers that individual DVDs sometimes come in, are they Slip Cases or Envelopes?  This sort of thing, where it’s not then contained within a box or case or anything else, it's just a stand-alone DVD and cover.

I thought they’d have been considered Envelopes, but then I read this and the first line seems to suggest they’re Slip Cases.

Thoughts?

Paul

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I'm a little bit confused on when to use the "Box" case type, exactly. For instance, is this one? It's a cardboard box with a lid that holds nine individual keepcases.

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By definition (for purposes of DVDP), the slip case is a box that holds more than one case. From looking at that James Bond set, there is just the one fold out binder (or w/e).

Inside the outer case are these two cases/books/units:



So the parent profile Case Type should be "Slip Case". Or am I missing something here? 


I'm OK with the parent, but wath about the children?
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Hello,

In the first post, the 2 pictures to show "box" case type have been removed. Does anybody have some example of box case type because for a profile, I don't know if I need to choose digipack with slip cover or box.

You can find the cover on the amazon site here

The case type opens from the bottom and inside there is a manga book, the digipack with the blu-ray and dvd bonus.

Thanks.
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Hello,

I got a keep case with 4 movies in.
How do I add it to my collection?
Do I add all 4 movies seperatly by the disc id as childs or should I add the information of all 4 movies to the parent, using dividers for cast and crew?

Grtz,
Mitch.
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I'm a little bit confused on when to use the "Box" case type, exactly. For instance, is this one? It's a cardboard box with a lid that holds nine individual keepcases.



That's definitely a 'box' surely?
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